Sunday, May 5, 2019

NEASA Session Update

For those interested in attending our sponsored session on American medievalisms at the 2019 meeting of the Northeast American Studies Association, the organizers have forwarded the following:

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the New England American Studies Association (NEASA) Council, I’m very excited to invite you, your colleagues, and your students to join us at Fitchburg State University on June 8th for our 2019 NEASA Conference!

Co-sponsored by FSU and Roxbury Community College, our 2019 Conference will offer panels and roundtables on the theme of Representation(s): Image and Reality, Identity and Community. These sessions will feature undergraduate students from FSU and Bridgewater State University, graduate students and faculty from across New England, and presenters from Texas and Utah, among many other contributors. A full conference program will be available shortly at

Our free attendee registration rate will allow attendees to join not only all those sessions, but also our two special events: a mid-conference luncheon featuring a keynote address from Fitchburg Art Museum Director Nick Capasso; and an end-of-conference cocktail reception at the Fitchburg Art Museum, featuring fajitas and margaritas from Fitchburg’s own Zapata restaurant! Attendance and food and beverages at both these events are complimentary for all conference attendees!

Here’s the link to register for the conference (at that free attendee rate):

We hope you and your colleagues and students will join us at FSU on June 8th! Please direct any conference questions to


Ben Railton

NEASA President

Professor of English Studies and American Studies, Fitchburg State University

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